The government should introduce a wider range of policies to support the robotics industry; otherwise, local players will fall behind Chinese and other competitors in the global market, according to the head of local robotics firm Yujin Robot. Yujin Robot, one of the leading service robot companies, announced that it would participate in CES 2019, the world’s largest IT and consumer electronics show from Jan 8 to 11.
At the CES, it will demonstrate the LiDAR sensor technology it developed completely on its own, its autonomous transport system GoCart 120 and the latest version of its robot vacuum cleaner outfitted with artificial intelligence, iCLEBO O5, in a bid to advance to the US and other markets.……………..
INCHEON, South Korea & LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Yujin Robot (KOSDAQ: 056080), one of the leading service robot companies, announced that it would participate in CES 2019, the world’s largest IT and consumer electronics show from Jan 8 to 11.
The LiDAR sensor Yujin Robot will be highlighted at the CES 2019, which can make sense of indoor environments or objects three-dimensionally. It perceives its surroundings quickly and precisely enough to enable mapping and localization. It can sense very small obstacles and has a wide field of view. The field of view is a solid angle through which a sensor can observe an area at any given moment. It is small enough to be installed in small household electric appliances, such as robot vacuum cleaners. It is also better in quality and cheaper than its rival products. This technology is applicable to an array of service robots and various industrial safety and security sensors, including safety laser scanners.